NHL 22: The complete guide to best young defensemen player ratings

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In the NHL 22 game, supporting goalkeepers and defenders is key to any goal prevention and counterattack strategy. Since your defense requires two guards, acquiring the young talent you think will be the team's backbone is essential. Here, we will introduce all the best young defenders in NHL 22-they may become elite blue line players in the game. If you want your blue line to have the best of NHL 22, here is your summary of the potential future left and right defenders.You can refer to these player information to help you choose your ideal player and make your HUT 22 Coins more valuable.

NHL 22: The complete guide to best young defensemen player ratings

 

NHL 22: Choosing the best young defenders

This page will look at the best rising stars in the NHL 22, with Quinn Hughes, Adam Bokwest, and Bowen Byram appearing. Each player is selected based on their potential rating, and the oldest must be 21 years old to advance. In this article, you can also learn about the complete list of all the best young defenders in NHL 22.

 

Quinn Hughes, 86 OVR (Elite Med)

 

  • Team: Vancouver Canucks
  • Age: 21
  • Type: Offensive Defenseman
  • Shoots: Left
  • Best Attributes: 93 Speed, 93 Deking, 93 Puck Control

 

Quinn Hughes received the praise and high praise completely worthy. He may become one of the best defensive players in the NHL 22 in just a few seasons with his elite medical potential.

 

Hughes possesses elite speed and hockey skills, scores 93 points in all three-speed categories, and has ball possession, passing, and offensive awareness that matches his offensive, defensive player type. He is also unrelenting in defense, with 91 points in defense, 87 points in consciousness, and 85 points in blocks. Although shooting is secondary to Hughes, his field goal and field goal percentage reached 88 and 86 points.

 

With the seventh overall pick in 2018, Hughes consolidated himself in a short time in Vancouver. In 68 games in the 2019/20 season, he had 45 assists and eight goals, of which two games won. In the 2020/21 season, he contributed 38 assists and three goals in 56 games. Hughes is good at finding shooting percentages for his teammates.

 

Rasmus Dahlin, 85 OVR (Elite Med)

 

  • Team: Buffalo Sabres
  • Age: 21
  • Type: Two-Way Defender
  • Shoots: Left
  • Best Attributes: 89 Passing, 89 Stick Checking, 89 Slap Shot Power

 

As the No. 1 pick in 2018, Rasmus Darling won a three-year, $18 million contract in September. His new contract should be reflected in this is implemented in the last update, and you start your franchise afterward.

 

As a two-way defensive player, Darling has excellent skills without ice hockey. He has 89 check sticks and 88 shots in terms of awareness and blocks. He has 88 stamina, which maximizes his two-way potential and increases 87 acceleration, agility, balance, and speed. He has 89 passes, 88 possessions, 85 defense, and hand-eye. Therefore, Dahlin can be a strong supporter on both ends of your team.

 

In 59 games in the 2019/20 season, Darling had 36 assists, and four goals, of which 2 were potent offenses and 1 was the winning goal. He has 18 assists and five goals in 56 games in the 2020/21 season. As Jack Eichel's future is uncertain, Darling may need to take on more offensive responsibilities later in the season and beyond.

 

Adam Boqvist, 82 OVR (Elite Med)

 

  • Team: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • Age: 21
  • Type: Offensive Defenseman
  • Shoots: Right
  • Best Attributes: 90 Acceleration, 90 Agility, 90 Speed

 

Another top ten and eighth overall pick from 2018, Adam Boqvist, has reliable ratings, and because of his elite medical potential in NHL 22, he can grow into a top defensive player.

 

Boqvist is fast with a score of 90 and is only behind Hughes in this list. He has excellent ball control, 89 defenses, 88 passes, 88 possessions, and 83 hands and eyes. He can use his 87 check sticks, 86 awareness, and 84 blocks to maintain his defense.

 

After spending the first two seasons in Chicago, Boqvist will enter his first season with the Columbus Blue Jackets. In the 2019/20 season, he contributed nine assists and four goals for the Blackhawks, winning one game. In the 2020/21 season, he contributed 14 assists and two goals.

 

Jamie Drysdale, 80 OVR (Elite Med)

 

  • Team: Anaheim Ducks
  • Age: 19
  • Type: Offensive Defenseman
  • Shoots: Right
  • Best Attributes: 89 Acceleration, 89 Agility, 89 Speed

 

Jamie Drysdale, who is only 19 years old, has the qualities of an excellent defensive player and has a stable enough rating to guarantee a lot of time on the ice-this will also help him play his strong potential of elite medicine.

 

As the sixth overall pick in 2020, Drysdale is another fast skater, scoring 89 points in all three-speed categories. He has good ball-handling skills, matching his speed rating, 88 defenses, 86 passes, and 86 possessions. On the defensive end, he can maintain 85 awareness, 85 checks, and 84 blocks.

 

Drysdale spent the 2019/20 season with the Erie Otters and won the "A" award while contributing 38 assists and nine goals in 49 games. In the 2020/21 season, he divided time between the AHL's San Diego Seagulls and Anaheim, played 14 games for San Diego, contributed six assists and four goals. The top young defender played 24 games for Anaheim, adding five assists and three goals to his datasheet.

 

Moritz Seider, 80 OVR (Elite Med)

 

  • Team: Detroit Red Wings
  • Age: 20
  • Type: Two-Way Defender
  • Shoots: Right
  • Best Attributes: 88 Balance, 88 Body Checking, 88 Strength

 

German Moritz Seid debuted with the sixth overall pick in 2019. He is on the same boat as Drysdale. It takes time to develop, but he is one year older. Nevertheless, his elite medical potential makes him one of the best young defenders in the NHL 22.

 

Said has an excellent balance at 88. Although his speed is not as good as the others, this balance helps make him 86 more effective in the three-speed categories. The 88-year-old is an excellent physical examiner, combined with his 88-year-old strength. His block score was 87, his consciousness score was 85, and his club check score was 85.

 

Said is entering his first season as a member of the Detroit Red Wings. He spent the 2019/20 season with the Grand Rapids Griffins, contributing 20 assists and two goals in 49 games. He was also loaned to Rögle BK in Sweden, where he accumulated 21 assists and seven goals in 51 games.

 

Bowen Byram, 79 OVR (Elite Med)

 

  • Team: Colorado Avalanche
  • Age: 20
  • Type: Two-Way Defender
  • Shoots: Left
  • Best Attributes: 88 Slap Shot Power, 88 Wrist Shot Power, 87 Acceleration

 

Bowen Byram has excellent potential; Colorado hopes that the possibility he realizes will make him their long-term left-back and further consolidate what seems to be a dynasty team.

 

He has excellent skating skills and scored 87 points in all three-speed categories and balance, followed by endurance and endurance with 85 points. On the defensive end, he has 85 check sticks, 84 awareness, and 80 blocks. He also has 86 points of power and 84 points of physical examination to make an impact on the rebound.

 

Byram won the "A" award for the Vancouver Giants in the 2019/20 season, contributing 38 assists and 15 goals in 50 games. He played 19 games for Colorado last season but could only send out two assists.

 

Brandt Clarke, 73 OVR (Elite Med)

 

  • Team: Los Angeles Kings
  • Age: 18
  • Type: Offensive Defenseman
  • Shoots: Right
  • Best Attributes: 85 Slap Shot Power, 84 Speed, 84 Acceleration

 

As the only player on this list who has not considered NHL ice time as the eighth overall pick in the 2021 NHL Draft, Brandt Clark has the temperament of a first-team if you are patient with his development.

 

Clark has a good rating as an offensive defender, with 85 slap power, 84 acceleration, and 84 speed, as well as 83 agility, 83 wrist shooting power, and 83 power. His other ratings in the 1980s were ice hockey control and cue check, both of which were 80.

 

Clark spent the 2019/20 season with the Barry Colts, accumulating 32 assists and six goals in 57 games. Last season on loan to the Slovak team HC Nové Zámky, Clark had ten assists and five goals in 26 games

 

 

NHL 22: All the best young defenders

In the table below, you can find all the best young defenders in NHL 22, sorted by their potential at the beginning of the franchise model.

Name Potential Overall Age Position Type Team
Quinn Hughes   Elite Med   86 21 Left Defense   Offensive Defenseman Vancouver Canucks  
Rasmus Dahlin   Elite Med   85 21 Left Defense   Two-Way Defender Buffalo Sabres  
Adam Boqvist   Elite Med   82 21 Right Defense   Offensive Defenseman Columbus Blue Jackets  
Jamie Drysdale   Elite Med   80 19 Right Defense   Offensive Defenseman Anaheim Ducks  
Moritz Seider   Elite Med   80 20 Right Defense   Two-Way Defender Detroit Red Wings  
Bowen Byram   Elite Med   79 20 Left Defense   Two-Way Defender Colorado Avalanche  
Brandt Clarke   Elite Med   73 18 Right Defense   Offensive Defenseman Los Angeles Kings  
Simon Edvinsson   Elite Med   72 18 Left Defense   Two-Way Defender Detroit Red Wings  
Carson Lambos   Elite Med   68 18 Left Defense   Two-Way Defender Minnesota Wild  
Ryan Merkley   Elite Low 69 21 Right Defense   Offensive Defenseman San Jose Sharks  
Ryker Evans   Elite Low 60 19 Left Defense/Right Defense   Two-Way Defender Seattle Kraken  
Rasmus Sandin   Top 4 D High 80 21 Left Defense   Two-Way Defender Toronto Maple Leafs  
Victor Söderström   Top 4 D High 77 20 Right Defense   Two-Way Defender Arizona Coyotes  
Ty Smith   Top 4 D Med 84 21 Left Defense   Two-Way Defender New Jersey Devils  
Noah Dobson Top 4 D Med 82 21 Right Defense Two-Way Defender New York Islanders  

 

 

By acquiring one of the top talents listed above, make yourself the elite blue line every Stanley Cup competitor needs.

 

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